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MATLAB – Advanced

System Perspective

OS Platform Windows XP Professional SP3 (32 bit version) Or Windows 7 (Service Pack 1) or higher versions of windows.
Physical Memory 2 GB RAM (minimum)
Disk Space for Installation 5 GB free disk space
Resolution 1280×1024 pixels (DEDICATED VIDEO MEMORY IS REQUIRED for Better performance)
MatLab Software MATLAB 2014 32bit

Student's Perspective

  • Familiar with undergraduate level mathematics and basic physics.
  • Have basic computer operation skills
  • Must have completed the MATLAB (Basic) course
  • Enthusiastic for bringing in innovation ideas.

Course Content

Introduction: To take the advantage of MATLAB’s full capabilities, we need to know how to construct long (sometimes complex) sequence of statements. This can be done by writing the commands in a file and calling it from within MATLAB. Such files are called m-files.

This section will show how to write function files. With the help of scripting we can build algorithms and automate the process. This section concentrate to make developers life easy and we can reuse the existing logic.

Course Description

  1. Outline
  2. Chapter Learning Outcomes
  3. Course Example: A Cost Comparison Report
  4. The Command History
  5. The MATLAB Editor
  6. Running a Script
  7. Providing Help and Documentation
  8. Code Sections
  9. Publishing Code
  10. Summary
  11. Test Your Knowledge
  1. Outline
  2. Chapter Learning Outcomes
  3. Course Example: Electricity Consumption Time Series
  4. Dates and Durations
  5. Creating Datetime Variables
  6. Date Arithmetic
  7. Displaying and Plotting Dates
  8. Extracting Date Components
  9. Extracting Duration Components
  10. Making Other Kinds of Plots with Dates
  11. Summary
  12. Test Your Knowledge
  1. Outline
  2. Chapter Learning Outcomes
  3. Course Example: Smartphone Specifications
  4. What is a Table
  5. Storing Data as a Table
  6. Operating on Table
  7. Extracting Portions of a Table
  8. Extracting Data from the Table
  9. Modifying Tables
  10. Exporting Tables
  11. Summary
  12. Test Your Knowledge
  1. Outline
  2. Chapter Learning Outcomes
  3. Course Example: Investigating Smartphone Specifications
  4. Logical Operations and Variables
  5. Combining Logical Conditions
  6. Logic with Dates
  7. Finding and Counting
  8. Logical Indexing
  9. Summary
  10. Test Your Knowledge
  1. Outline
  2. Chapter Learning Outcomes
  3. Course Example: Modelling Electricity Consumption
  4. Importing Data Programmatically
  5. Dealing with Missing Data
  6. Locating Missing Values
  7. Removing Missing Values
  8. Replacing Missing Values
  9. Fitting a Polynomial
  10. Adding a Theoretical Curve
  11. Adding Annotations
  12. Specifying Color
  13. Customizing Plots
  14. Creating Multiple Axes
  15. Summary
  16. Test Your Knowledge
  1. Outline
  2. Chapter Learning Outcomes
  3. Course Example: Comparing Prices
  4. User Interaction
  5. Flow Control
  6. For-Loops
  7. Determining Size
  8. Indexing into Cell Arrays
  9. While-Loops
  10. Summary
  11. Test Your Knowledge
  1. Outline
  2. Chapter Learning Outcomes
  3. Course Example: Electricity Modelling
  4. Why Use Functions?
  5. Creating a Function
  6. Calling a Function
  7. Workspace
  8. Calling Precedence
  9. The MATLAB Path
  10. Debugging
  11. Using Breakpoints
  12. Examining Values
  13. Ending Debugging
  14. Course Example: Adding Model Parameters
  15. MATLAB Data Types
  16. Combining Heterogeneous Data with Structures
  17. Test Your Knowledge

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of the MATLAB Advanced Course, the students are able extract the complete benefit of MATLAB. They can able to handle following tasks:

  • To develop the design algorithms
  • Data Handling and file Handling
  • Function calling

Advantages

  • Scope is not just limited to students, it can carry over to get good placements in leading MNC’s and become leading Engineers. The scope is also extended to become a hardcore scientist involved in R & D Activities.
  • With over one million users, MATLAB is recognized as a standard tool for increasing the productivity of engineers and scientists.